Serger Cover DIY


This simple Serger Cover DIY tutorial will show you how to make a custom cover for your Brother 1034d serger! If you're looking for a way to keep your serger clean and dust-free, this sewing pattern can help. This sewing project is super simple, so you can customize it with applique, embroidery, or fun patterns to make your serger cover as pretty as it is functional. If you're looking for easy sewing patterns or want a project that will help you keep your sewing space looking tidy, try this free sewing pattern!

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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I have the same exact serger and am so happy you posted your pattern. I took the instructions a step further by rounding the corners, quilting my fabric and adding a binding. Thank you so much!!!

Beautiful job. Love it!

I have been meaning to sew a serger cover for some time. Swaddling my serger in any old left over fabric just to keep the dust out when not in use seems just too casual to justify. The tutorial indicates to use fusible fleece and an accent fabric. Not having that quantity of fleece on hand, I substituted fabric from my fabric scrap savings. Simple project but worthwhile.


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